unrepentant


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un·re·pent·ant

 (ŭn′rĭ-pĕn′tənt)
adj.
Having or exhibiting no remorse.

un′re·pent′ant·ly adv.

unrepentant

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɛntənt)
adj
not repentant or contrite
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrepentant - not penitent or remorsefulunrepentant - not penitent or remorseful    
unashamed - used of persons or their behavior; feeling no shame
unregenerated, unregenerate - not reformed morally or spiritually; "unregenerate human nature"; "unregenerate conservatism"
penitent, repentant - feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds
2.unrepentant - stubbornly persistent in wrongdoingunrepentant - stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing
unregenerated, unregenerate - not reformed morally or spiritually; "unregenerate human nature"; "unregenerate conservatism"

unrepentant

adjective impenitent, shameless, incorrigible, abandoned, hardened, callous, obdurate, unregenerate, not contrite, unremorseful, unrepenting She was unrepentant about her strong language and abrasive remarks.
sorry, ashamed, contrite, repentant, remorseful, penitent, rueful
Quotations
"Farewell, remorse! All good to me is lost;"
"Evil, be thou my good" [John Milton Paradise Lost]

unrepentant

adjective
Devoid of remorse:
Translations

unrepentant

[ˈʌnrɪˈpentənt] ADJimpenitente

unrepentant

[ˌʌnrɪˈpɛntənt] adjimpénitent(e)

unrepentant

adjnicht reuig, nicht reumütig, reu(e)los; he is unrepentant about iter bereut es nicht

unrepentant

[ˌʌnrɪˈpɛntənt] adj (sinner) → impenitente; (believer, supporter) → irriducibile
to be unrepentant about sth → non mostrare un'ombra di rimorso per qc
References in classic literature ?
I could imagine no worse eternal punishment for evil seamen who die unrepentant upon the earthly sea than that their souls should be condemned to man the ghosts of disabled ships, drifting for ever across a ghostly and tempestuous ocean.
The golden year was dying as it had lived, a beautiful and unrepentant voluptuary, and reminiscent rapture and content freighted heavily the air.
Oh, I do love to set her going, Mistress Blythe," chuckled the unrepentant sinner.
Now that she had time to think over her own tragedy, she was unrepentant.
Should I of these the liberty regard, Who, freed, as to their ancient patrimony, Unhumbled, unrepentant, unreformed, Headlong would follow, and to their gods perhaps Of Bethel and of Dan?
And his unrepentant death seemed to lift for a moment the curtain on something lofty and sinister like an Olympian's caprice.
And about the Governor at tea time," chuckled unrepentant Dan.
In the mean-while all the shore rang with the trump of bullfrogs, the sturdy spirits of ancient wine-bibbers and wassailers, still unrepentant, trying to sing a catch in their Stygian lake -- if the Walden nymphs will pardon the comparison, for though there are almost no weeds, there are frogs there -- who would fain keep up the hilarious rules of their old festal tables, though their voices have waxed hoarse and solemnly grave, mocking at mirth, and the wine has lost its flavor, and become only liquor to distend their paunches, and sweet intoxication never comes to drown the memory of the past, but mere saturation and waterloggedness and distention.
The state of that wretch who continually finds the weak spots in his own crime, and strives to strengthen them when it is unchangeable, is a state that aggravates the offence by doing the deed a thousand times instead of once; but it is a state, too, that tauntingly visits the offence upon a sullen unrepentant nature with its heaviest punishment every time.
and he would come to a recollection of himself, startled and shamefaced and unrepentant.
No wonder Yellow-livered Achiever remains willfully unrepentant.
She's furious and slaps him away but, unrepentant and cocky, Ross challenges her to tell husband Adam about it.